Enjoy english! A simple grammar.pdf

Enjoy english! A simple grammar

M. Grazia Cavallaro

- Prepositions - The imperative - Simple present - Possessive: ‘s - Articles: a-an-the - Demonstratives - Possessive adjectives and pronouns, object pronouns - Singular/plural countable/uncountable - Adjectives - Adverbs - Question tags - Present continuous - Futures - Simple past - Past continuous - Used to - Present perfect simple (PPS) - Present perfect continuous (PPC) - The past perfect - Comparative and superlatives - Conditionals - Have to/must - Can, could, to be able to - Would - Short answers - Verbs + -ing, verbs + to - Confusing words

Like + verb-ING or Like + Infinitive: In this grammar lesson we look at what goes ... Also Enjoy + Verb-ING. ... Back to: English Course > Simple Present Tense ... 13 Sep 2019 ... In this English grammar lesson we look at what verb goes after LIKE. First we learn about infinitives (to + verb) and when two verbs are together ...

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